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Ibn 'Umar narrated that:

the Prophet said: "Salat will not be accepted without purification, nor Charity from Ghulul."
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Abu Qatadah narrated that :

he saw the Prophet urinating while facing the Qiblah. Qutaibah narrated that to us, he said: "Ibn Lahi'ah informed us." Jabir's Hadlth about the Prophet is more correct than the Hadith of Ibn Lahi'ah. Ibn Lahi'ah is weak according to the scholars of Hadith. He was graded weak by Yahya bin Sa'eed Al-Qattan, and others, [due to his memorization].
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Ibn Al-Mughirah bin Shu'bah narrated from his father:

"The Prophet performed Wudu and wiped over the Khuff and 'Imamah." Abu Bakr (one of the narrators) said: "And indeed I heard it from Ibn Al Mughirah."
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BilaI narrated:

"The Prophet wiped over the Khuff and the Khimar."
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Abu Ubaidah bin Muttammad bin Ammar bin Yasir said:

"I asked Jabir bin Abdullah about wiping over the Khuff. He said, 'O my nephew! It is the Sunnah.'" [He said:] "And I asked him about wiping over the lmamah. He said, '[Wipe1 the hair [with water].'"
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Ibn 'Abbas narrated that his maternal aunt Maimunah said:

"I prepared some water for the Prophet to perform Ghusl for Janabah with. So he turned the vessel with his left hand, (pouring some water) over his right. Then he washed his hands. Then he entered his hand into the vessel to pour water over his private area, then he rubbed his hands on the wall, or the ground. Then he rinsed out his mouth and washed his nose by putting water in and blowing it out, and washed his face and forearms. Then he poured water over his head three times, then he poured water over the remainder of his body, then he moved from where he was and washed his feet."
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Aishah narrated:

"When AlIah's Messenger wanted to perform Ghusl for Janabah, he would begin by washing his hands before putting them into the vessel. Then he would wash his private area, and perform the Wudu (as one does) for Salat. Then he would wet his hair with the water, then he would pour water over his head with his hands three times."
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Umm Salamah narrated :

"I said: 'O Messenger of Allah! I am woman with tight braids on my head, should I undo it to perform Ghusl for Janabah? He said: 'No. It is sufficient that you only pour three scoops of water (with hands held together) over your head, then pour water over the rest of your body, to be purified.'" Or he said: "Then you will be purified."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

the Prophet said: "Under every hair is sexual impurity so wash (all of) the hair and cleanse the skin."
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Aishah narrated:

"The Prophet would not perform Wudu after the Ghusl."
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Aishah narrated:

"When the circumcised meets the circumcised, then indeed Ghusl is required. Myself and Allah's Messenger did that, so we performed Ghusl."
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Aishah narrated that :

the Prophet said: "When the circumcised meets the circumcised then Ghusl is required."
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Ibn 'Umar said:

"One day I climbed on Hafsah's house, and I saw the Prophet relieving himself while facing Ash-Sham, with his back toward the Ka'bah."
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Ubayy bin Ka'b narrated:

"Water is for water,' was only permitted in the beginning of Islam. Then it was prohibited."
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Ma'mar narrated :

a similar narration (as Hadith no. 110) from, Az-Zuhri, with this chain.
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Ibn 'Abbas said:

"Water is for water' is only about the wet dream."
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Aishah narrated:

"The Prophet was asked about a man who finds wetness and he does not remember having a wet dream. So he said: 'He is to perform Ghusl. And (he was asked) about a man who had a wet dream but does not find any wetness, so he said: 'No Ghusl is required of him.' Umm Salamah said: 'O Messenger of Al1ah! Is the woman required to perfonn Ghusl if she sees that?' He replied: 'Yes. Indeed women are he partners of men.'"
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Ali narrated:

"I asked the Prophet about Al-Madhi. He said: "For Al-Madhi is Wudu, and for AI-Mani is Ghusl."
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Sahl bin Hunaif said:

"I suffered from a severe and troubling case of Al-Madhi. I was performing Ghusl often because of it. So I mentioned that to Allah's Messenger and asked him about it. He said: "You only need to perform Wudu for that." I said: "O Messenger of Allah! How about when it gets on my clothes?" He said: "It is sufficient for you to take a handful of water and sprinkle it n your garment wherever you see that it has touched it."
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Hammam bin AI-Harith narrated:

"Aishah had a guest to whom she lent a yellow wrap for him to sleep in. He had a wet dream, and was too embarrassed to send it to her while the traces of the wet dream were present on it. So he submerged it (washing it) in water, then he sent it to her. Aishah said, "Why did he ruin our garment? It would have been sufficient for him to scrape it off with his fingers. Sometimes I would scrape it off of the garment of Allah's Messenger with my fingers."
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Sulaiman bin Yasar narrated from Aishah, that :

she washed Mani from the garment of Allah's Messenger.
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Aishah narrated:

"Allah's Messenger would sleep while he was Junub, and without touching water (performing Ghusl)."
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Abu Ishaq:

There is a similar report (as no. 1I8) narrated via Abu Ishaq.
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Aishah said:

"Whoever narrated to you that the Prophet would urinate while standing; then do not believe him. He would not urinate except while squatting." [He said:] There are narrations on this topic from Umar, Buraidah, [and Abdur-Rahman bin Hasanah].
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Umar narrated that :

he asked the Prophet: "Can one of us sleep while he is Junub?" So he replied: "Yes, when he performs Wudu."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

the Prophet met him while he was Junub. He said: "[So I slipped away from him - meaning:] I withdrew - to perform Ghusl. Then he returned, so he said: 'Where have you been?' Or: 'Where did you go?' I replied: 'I was Junub.' So he said: 'Indeed the believer is not defiled.'''
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Umm Salamah narrated:

Umm Sulaim bint Milhan came to the Prophet and she said: 'O Messenger of Allah! Indeed Allah is not embarrassed of the truth. So is it required of a woman - meaning Ghusl - when she sees in her sleep similar to what a man sees?' He replied: 'Yes. When she finds water (wetness), then she is perform Ghusl.'" Umm Salamah said: "I said to her: 'O Umm SuIaim! You have disgraced the women!'"
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Aishah narrated:

"Sometimes the Prophet would perform Ghusl from Janabah then come to seek warmth from me, he would hold me and not perform Ghusl."
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Abu Dharr narrated that :

AlIah's Messenger said: "Pure clean earth is a purifier for the Muslim; even if he did not find water for ten years. Then if he finds water, then let him use it (for purification) on his skin. For, that is better."
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Aishah narrated:

"Fatimah bint Abi-Hubaish came to the Prophet and said: 'O Messenger of Allah! I am a woman who suffers from persistent bleeding and I do not become clean. Shall I give up Salat?' He said: 'No. That is only a bIood vessel, it is not menstruation. When your menstruation begins then leave the Salat. And when it ends, then wash the blood from you and perform Salat."
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Adiyy bin Thabit narrated from his father, that :

the Prophet said about the Mustahadah that she should: "Leave the Salat for the days of her period which she menstruates in, then perform Ghusl, and perform Wudu for every Salat, and observe Saum and perform Salat."
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A similar narration as no. 120. :

Abu Eisa said: Sharik is alone in narrating this Hadith from Abu Al Yaqzan.[He said:] I asked Muhammad (ibn Isma'il AI-Bukhari) about this Hadlth. I said: "Adiyy bin Thabit from his father, from his grandfather; what is the name of Adiyy's grandfather?" But Muhammad did not know his name. And I mentioned to Muhammad that Yahya bin Ma'in said his name is Dinar, and he did not contradict him.
Ahmad and 1shaq said ahout the Mustahadah: If she performs Ghusl for every prayer that is more prudent for her, and if she performs Wudu for each prayer, then that is acceptable from her, and if she combines between two prayers with (one) Ghusl then that is acceptable.
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Hamnah bint Jahsh narrated:

"I had a case of blood flow that was severe and excessive. So I went to the Prophet to inform him and ask him about it. I found him in the house of my sister Zainab bint Jahsh. I said, 'O Messenger of Allah! I suffer from a case of severe and excessive blood flow. So what do you order me to do for it, and does this prevent me from fasting and performing Salat?' He said: 'Tie a cotton rag around yourself and the bIood will go away.' I said, 'It is more than that.' He said: 'Make it tight.' I said, 'It is more than that.' He said: 'Then use a cloth (to bind it).' I said, it is more than that. It flows too much.' So the Prophet said: 'I will order you to do one of two things, which ever of them you do, it will be acceptable for you. You should know which of them you are able to do.' Then he said: 'This is only a blow from Shaitan. Menstruate for six or seven days, which Allah knows, then perform Ghusl. When you see that you have become pure and clean, then perform Salat for twenty-three or twenty-four nights and their days. Perform Salat and fast, and that will be acceptable for you. So do this (if you can) just as (other) women who menstruate and become pure during their periods of menstruation and purity. If (not, and) you are able to delay Zuhr and hasten Asr then perform Ghusl when you have become pure, and pray Zuhr and Asr together. Then delay Maghrib and hasten Isha, then perform Ghusl and combine the two prayers. So do this (if you are able). Then perform Ghusl with the dawn and pray. Do this, and fast if you are able to do so.' Then Allah's Messenger said: 'That is what is preferable to me of the two.'"
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Aishah narrated:

"Umm Habibah hint Jahsh sought a verdict from Allah's Messenger. She said 'I suffer from persistent bleeding such that I do not become pere. Shall I give up the Salat?' He said: 'No, that is only a blood vessel. So perform Ghusl then pray.' So she would perform Ghusl for each prayer."
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Hudhaifah narrated:

"Allah's Messenger came to a waste area used by people, so he urinated on it while standing. I brought him the (water for) Wudu. Then I left to be away from him, but he called me until I was behind him. So he performed Wudu and wiped (Masaba) over his Khuff."
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Mu'adhah narrated that :

a woman asked Aishah: "Shouldn't one of us make up her prayers the days of her menstruation?" So she said, "Are you one of the Haruriyyah? Indeed we would menstruate, and we were not ordered to make up."
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Ibn Umar narrated that :

the Prophet said: "The menstruating woman does not recite - nor the Junub - anything from the Qur'an." [He said:] There is narration on this topic from Ali
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Aishah narrated that:

"When I would menstruate, Allah's Messenger ordered me to wear a waist wrap, then he would fondle me."
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Abdullah bin Sa'd narrated:

I asked the Prophet about eating with a menstruating woman. He said: "Eat with her."
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Aishah narrated:

"Allah's Messenger said to me: 'Bring me the Khumrah from the Masjid.' She said: "I said: 'I am menstruating.' He said: 'Indeed your menstruation is not in your hand.'"
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

the Prophet said: "Whoever engages in sexual intercourse with a menstruating woman, or a woman in her anus, consults a soothsayer, then he has disbelieved in what was revealed to Muhammad."
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Ibn Abbas narrated that :

the Prophet said about a man who had sexual intercourse with his wife while she is menstruating: "He should give half a Dinar in charity."
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Ibn Abbas narrated that :

the Prophet said: "When the blood is red then (give) a Dinar. And when the blood is yellow then half Dinar."
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Asma' bint Abu Bakr narrated that :

a woman asked the Prophet about a garment that was touched by some menstrual blood. So Allah's Messenger said: "Remove it, and scrub it, then rinse it and pray in it"
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Umm Salamah narrated:

"The time of waiting for Nifas during the time of AIlah's Messenger was forty days. We used to cover our faces with reddish-brown Wars."
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Anas, may Allah Most High be pleased with him, said:

"When the Prophet wanted to relieve himself, he would not raise his garment until he was close to the ground."
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Anas narrated:

"Allah's Messenger would go around to his women with one Ghusl."
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Abu Sa'eed Al-Khudri narrated that :

the Prophet said: When one of you comes to his wife, then he wants to repeat (it), let him perform Wudu between them."
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Hisham bin Urwah narrated from his father, (Urwah) from Abdullah bin AI-Arqam. :

He (Urwah) said: "While standing for the prayer he (Abdullah bin Al-Arqam) took a man by the hand leading him forward, he (Abdullah) was in front of the people, and he said: 'I heard Allah's Messenger say: "When standing for the prayer and one of you finds that he has to relieve himself then let him relieve himself first."
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Abdur-Rahman bin Awf's Umm Walad said, :

"I said to Umm Salamah: 'Indeed I am a woman with lengthy hems, and I walk in places of filth.' So she said: 'Allah's Messenger said: "It is purified by what comes after it."
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Ammar bin Yasir narrated that :

the Prophet ordered him to perform Tayammum by rubbing his face and two palms.
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Ikrimah narrated that :

Ibn Abbas was asked ahout Tayammum. He said: "When Allah mentioned Wudu in His Book, He said: "So wash your faces and your hands (forearms) up to the elbows." And He said about Tayammum: "And rub therewith your faces and hands" And He said: "And the male thief and the female thief; cut off their hands." So the Sunnah for cutting is the two hands. So it is only the face and the hands, meaning, Tayammum."
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Ali narrated:

"Allah's Messenger would recite the Qur'an in all conditions, as long as he was not Junub."
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Abu Hurairah narrated:

"A Bedouin entered the Masjid while the Prophet was sitting. He prayed, then when he was finished, he said: 'O Allah! Have mercy upon me and Muhammad, and do not have mercy on anyone along with us.' The Prophet turned, towards him and said: 'You have restricted something that is unrestricted.' It was not long before he was urinating in the Masjid. So the people rushed to him. But Prophet said: 'Pour a bucket of water over it - or - a tumbler of water over it.' Then he said: 'You have been sent to make things easy (for the people); you have not been sent to make things difficult for them.'"
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Anas bin Malik narrated similar to this (no. 147).:

[He said:] There are narrations on this topic from 'Abdullah bin Mas'ud, Ibn Abbas, and Wathilah bin AI-Asqa.
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Abdullah bin Abu Qatadah narrated from his father:

"The Prophet prohibited that a man should touch his penis with his right hand."
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Abdur-Rahman bin Yazld said, :

"They said to Salman, 'Your Prophet taught you about everything, even defecating?' So Salman said, 'Yes. He prohibited us from facing the Qiblah when defecating and urinating, performing Istinja with the right hand, using less than three stones for Istinja, and using dung or bones for Istinja"
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Abdullah said:

"Allah's Messenger went out to relieve himself. So he said: 'Bring me tree stones.'" He said, "So I came with two stones and a piece of dung. So he took the two stones, and left the dung. He said: 'It is Riks (a degenerative or filthy thing)."
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Abdullah bin Mas'ud narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: "Do not perform Istinja, with dung, nor with bones. For indeed it is provisions for your brothers among the Jinn."
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Bahz bin Hakim narrated from his father, from his grandfather who said:

"I said: 'O Messenger of Allah! Who most deserves(my) reverence?' He said: 'Your mother.'" He said: "I said: 'Then who?' He said: 'Your mother.'"
He said: "I said: 'Then who?' He said: 'Your mother.'"
He said: "I said: 'Then who?' He said: 'Then your father, then the nearest relatives, then the nearest relatives.'"
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Ibn Mas'ud said:

"I asked the Messenger of Allah: 'O Messenger of Allah! Which is the most virtuous of deeds?' He said: 'Salat during its appropriate time.'I said: 'Then what, O Messenger of Allah?' He said: 'Being dutiful to ones parents.'
I said: 'Then what, O Messenger of Allah?' He said: 'Jihad in the cause of Allah.'
Then the messenger of Allah was silent, and if I had asked him more, he would have tol me more.'"
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Abdullah bin Amr narrated that:

the Prophet said: "The Lord's pleasure is in the parent's pleasure, and the Lord's anger is in the parent's anger."
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Aishah said:

"Encourage your Husbands to clean themselves with water, for I am too shy of them, and Allah's Messenger would do that."
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Abu 'Abdur-Rahman As-Sulami narrated from Abu Ad Darda'.:

He said that a man came and said : "I have a wife whom my mother has ordered me to divorce." So Abu Ad-Darda said: " I heard the Messenger of Allah saying: 'The father is the middle gate to Paradise. So if you wish, then neglect that door, or protect it.'"
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'Abdur-Rahman bin Abi Bakrah narrated from his father who said:

" The messenger of Allah said: 'Shall I not tell you of the biggest of the major sins?' they said : 'Of course! O Messenger of Allah!' He said: 'To join partners with Allah, and disobeying one's parents.'"He said : " He sat up, and he had been reclining. He said: 'And false testimony, or false speech.' And the Messenger of Allah would not stop saying it until we said (to ourselves): 'I wish that he would stop.'"
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'Abdullah bin 'Amr narrated that :

the Messenger of Allah said: "It is among the greatest of sins that a man should curse his parents." They said: "O Messenger of Allah! Does a man curse his parents?" He said: "Yes. He verbally abuses the father of a man, who in turn, verbally abuses his father, and he (retaliates and) curses his mother , so he curses his mother."
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Ibn 'Umar narrated that :

the Prophet said: "Among the most dutiful of deeds is that a man nurture relations with the people his father was friends with."
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Al-Bara' bin Azib narrated that :

the Prophet said: "The maternal aunt holds the same status as the mother."
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Abu Harairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Three supplications are accepted , there is no doubt in them (about them being accepted): The supplication of the oppressed, the supplication of the traveler, and the supplication of his father against his son."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that:

the Messenger of Allah said: "A son could not do enough for his father, unless he found him as a slave and purchased him to set him free."
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Abu Salamah said:

" Abu[Ar-Raddad] Al-Laithi complained(of an illness). So 'Abdur-Rahman bin 'Awf visited him. He said: 'The best of you, and the most apt to maintain good relations, as far as I know, is Abu Muhammad('Abdur-Rahman bin 'Awf). So 'Abdur-Rahman bin 'Awf' said: 'I heard the Messenger of Allah saying : "Allah, Most Blessed and Most High, said: 'I am Allah, and I am Ar-Rahman. I created the Rahim(womb), and named it after My Name. So whoever keeps good relations with it, I keep good relation with him, and whoever severs it, I am finished with him.'"
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'Abdullah bin Amr narrated that:

the Prophet said: "Merely maintaining the ties of kinship is not adequate. But connecting the ties of kinship is when his ties to the womb are severed and he connects it."
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Muhammad bin Jubair bin Mut'im narrated from his father, that:

the Messenger of Allah said: "The one who severs ties will not enter Paradise." Ibn Abi 'Umar said: "Sufyan said: 'Meaning: Ties of the womb."
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'Umar bin 'Abdul-'Aziz said:

'a righteous woman, Khawlah bint Hakim said: "The Messenger of Allah came out during the middle of the day, while holding one of the sons of his daughter in his arms. He was saying: 'You are what makes them stingy, cowardly and ignorant. And you are but Raihanillah
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Abu Hurairah narrated:

"Al-Aqra' bin Habis saw the prophet kissing Al-Hasan"- Ibn Abi 'Umar (one of the narrators) said:"Al-Hasan and Al-Husain." So he said: 'I have ten children and I do not kiss any one of them.' So the Messenger of Allah said: 'Whoever shows no mercy, he will be shown no mercy."
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Abu Sa'eed Al-Khudri narrated that :

the Messenger of Allah said: "There is no one who has three daughters, or three sisters, and he treats them well, except that he enters paradise."
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Aishah narrated that the:

Messenger of Allah said:"Whoever is tried with something from daughters, and he is patient with them, they will be a barrier from the Fire for him."
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Abu Bakr bin 'Ubaidullah bin Anas bin Malik narrated [from Anas] that:

the Messenger of Allah said: "Whoever raises two girls then I and he will enter Paradise like these two." And he indicated with his two fingers.
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Aishah said:

"A woman came to me with two daughters. She was asking (for food) but I did not have anything with me except a date. So I gave it to her and she divided it between her two daughters without eating any of it herself. Then she got up to leave, and the Prophet entered, and I informed him about her. So the Prophet said: " Whoever is tested something from these daughters (and he/she passes the test), they will be a screen for them from the Fire."
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Abu Sa'eed Al-Khudri narrated that :

the Messenger of Allah said: "Whoever has three daughters, or three sisters, or two daughters, or two sisters and he keeps good company with them and fears Allah regarding them, then Paradise is for him.
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Ibn 'Abbas narrated that:

the Prophet said: Whoever takes in an orphan among the Muslims to raise, to feed him and give him drink, Allah admits him into Paradise without a doubt, unless he has done a sin for which he is not forgiven."
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Sahl bin Sa'd narrated that:

the Messenger of Allah said: " I and the sponsor of an orphan shall be in Paradise like these two."And he indicaed with his fingers, meaning his index and his middle finger
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Anas bin Malik narrated that:

"An older man came to talk to the Prophet, and the people were hesitant to make room for him. The Prophet said: ;He is not one of us who does not have mercy on our young and does not respect our elders."
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Amr bin Shu'aib narrated that his father, from his grandfather, who said that the Messenger of Allah said:

'He is not one of us who does not have mercy upon our young, nor knows the honor of our elders."
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Ibn Abbas narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

" He is not one of us who does not have mercy upon our young, respect our elders, and command good and forbid evil."
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Jarir bin Abdullah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Whoever does not show mercy to the people, Allah will not show mercy to him."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that Abul- Qasim said:

"Mercy is not removed (from anyone) except from a wicked one."
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Abdullah bin 'Amr narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

" The merciful are shown mercy by Ar-Rahman. Be merciful on the earth, and you will be shown mercy from Who is above the heavens. The womb is named after Ar-Rahman, so whoever connects it, Allah connects him, and whoever severs it, Allah severs him."
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Jarir bin 'Abdullah narrated :

" I pledged to the Prophet to establish the Salat, give the Zakat, and to give sincere advice to every Muslim."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that:

the Messenger of Allah said: "The religion is An-Nasihah" three times. They said: "O Messenger of Allah! For Whom?" He said : "To Allah , His books, the A'immah of the Muslims, and their average people."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

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"The Muslim is the brother to the Muslim, he does not cheat him, lie to him, nor deceive him. All of the Muslim is unlawful to another Muslim: His Honor, his wealth, and his blood. At-taqwa is here. It is enough evil for a man that he belittle his brother Muslim."
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Abu Musa Al-Ash'arf narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

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The believer is to the believer like parts of a building, each one of them supporting the other."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

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"Indeed (each) one of you is the reflection of his brother. So if he sees something harmful in him, then let him remove it from him."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

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"Whoever relieves a Muslim of a burden from the burdens of the world, Allah will relieve him of a burden from the burdens on the Day of Judgement. And whoever helps ease a difficulty in the world, Allah will grant him ease from a difficulty in the world and in the Hereafter. And whoever covers (the faults of) a Muslim, Allah will cover (his faults) for him in the world and the Hereafter. And Allah is engaged in helping the worshipper as long as the worshipper is engaged in helping his brother."
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Abu Ad-Darda narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Whoever protects his brother's honor, Allah protects his face from the Fire on the Day of Resurrection."
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Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

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It is not lawful for the Muslim to shun his brother for more than three (days); they come fare to fare and this one turns away, and that one turns away. The best of them is the one who initiates the Salam."
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Anas said:

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"When 'Abdur-Rahman bin 'Awf arrived in Al-Madinah, the Messenger of Allah established a bond of brotherhood between him and sa'd bin Ar-Rabi. So he said to him: "Come here, I will divide my wealth and give you half, and I have two wives, I will divorce one of them, and when she completes her waiting period you may marry her." He said: " May Allah bless you in your family and your wealth. Show me where the market is." So they showed him where the market was and he did not return that day except with some cottage cheese and cooking fat which he had earned as a profit. The Messenger of Allah saw him after that, and he had traces of yellow on him. So he said to him: "What is this?" He said: "I married a woman from the Ansar." He said : " What dowry did you give her?" He said: " A date-stone(of gold) - ( one of the narrators) Humaid said: "Or he said: - gold equal to the weight of a date-stone." So he said: 'Have a banquet, even if with only a sheep."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that it was said:

" O Messenger of Allah! What is backbiting?" He said : " Mentioning your brother with that which he does not like." He said " What if what I said about him is so?" He said: "If what you said about him is so, then you have backbitten him, and if it is not as you said, then you have slandered him."
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Anas narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Do not cut off one another, nor desert one another, nor hate one another, nor envy one another. Be you , O worshippers o Allah, brothers. It is not lawful for the Muslim to shun his brother for more than three(days)."
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Salim narrated from his father who said that the Messenger of Allah said:

"There is to be no envy except for two: A man to whom Allah grants wealth and he spends from it during the hours of the night and the hours of the day. And a man to whom Allah grants (memorization of) the Quran so he stands with it (in prayer) during the hours of the night and the hours of the day."
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Jabir narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Indeed Ash-Shaitan has despaired of getting those who perform Salat to worship him.But he is engaged in sowing hatred among them."
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Umm Kulthum bint 'Uqbah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"One who brings peace between people is not a liar, he says something good, or reports something good."
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Asma bint Yazid narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"it is not lawful to lie except in three cases: Something the man tells his wife to please her, to lie during war, and to lie in order to bring peace between the people."
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Abu Sirmah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Whoever causes harm, Allah harms him, and whoever is harsh, Allah will be harsh with him."
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Abu Bakr As-Siddiq narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Cursed are those who harm a believer, or plot to do so."
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Aishah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Jibril
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Mujahid narrated:

"Abdullah bin Amr had a sheep slaughtered for his family, so when he came he said: 'Have you given some to our neighbor, the Jew? Have you given some to our neighbor, the Jew? I heard the Messenger of Allah saying: 'Jibril continued to advise me about (treating) the neighbors so (kindly and politely), that I thought he would order me (from Allah) to make them heirs."
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Abdullah bin Amr narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :

"The companion who is the best to Allah is the one who is best to his companion. And the neighbor that is the best to Allah is the one that is best to his neighbor."
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Abu Dharr narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :

"Allah has made some of your brothers as slaves under your care. So whoever has his brother under his care, then let him feed him from his food, and let him clothe him from his clothes. And do not give him a duty that he cannot bear, and if you give him a duty he cannot bear, then assist him with it."
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Abu Bakr As-Siddiq narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :

"The one who treats his slaves badly will not enter paradise."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that Abul-Qasim, the Prophet of Repentance, said :

"If somebody slanders his slave (by accusing him of committing illegal sexual intercourse) and the slave is innocent from what he says, Allah will impose the punishment upon him on the Day of Resurrection, unless it is as he said about him."
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Abu Mas'ud [Al-Ansari] said:

"I was beating a slave of mine and I heard someone behind me saying: 'Beware O Abu Mas'ud! Beware O Abu Mas'ud!' So I turned around and saw that it was the Messenger of Allah. He said: 'Allah has more power over you than you do over him." Abu Mas'ud said: "I have not beaten any slave of mine since then."
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'Abdullah bin 'Umar narrated:

"A man came to the Prophet and said: 'O Messenger of Allah! How many times should the servant be pardoned?' The Prophet was silent. Then he said: 'O Messenger of Allah! How many times should the servant be pardoned?' He said: ' Seventy times each day.'"
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Abu Sa'eed Al-Khudri narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :

"When one of you beats his servant then he (should) remember Allah and, withhold your hands."
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Jabir bin Sumurah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :

"That a man should discipline his son is better for him than to have given a Sa' in charity."
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Ayyub bin Musa narrated from his father, from his grandfather, that the Messenger of Allah said :

"There is no gift that a father gives his son more virtuous than good manners."
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Aishah narrated:

"The prophet wouls accept gifts and he would give something in return."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :

"Whoever is not grateful to the people, he is not grateful to Allah."
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Abu Sa'eed narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :

"Whoever is not grateful to the people, he is not grateful to Allah."
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Abu Dharr narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :

"Your smiling in the face of your brother is charity, commanding good and forbidding evil is charity, your giving directions to a man lost in the land is charity for you. Your seeing for a man with bad sight is a charity for you, your removal of a rock, a thorn or a bone from the road is charity for you. Your pouring what remains from your bucket into the bucket of your brother is charity for you."
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Al-Bara bin Azib narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :

"Whoever gives someone some milk or silver, or guides him through a strait, then he will have the reward similar to freeing a slave."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :

"When a man was walking on the road, he found a thorny branch and removed it. Allah appreciated his action by forgiving him."
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Jabir bin Abdullah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :

"When a man narrates a narration, then he looks around, then it is a trust."
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Asma bint Abi Bakr said:

" O the Messenger of Allah! I have nothing except what was given to me by (my husband) Az-Zubair, shall I give it (in charity)?'" It was said: "Do not hold (your wealth) so that Allah will hold against you."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Prophet said:

"Generosity is close to the people and far from the Fire. Stinginess is far from Allah, far from Paradise, far from the people and close to the Fire. The ignorant generous person, is more beloved to Allah than the worshiping stingy person."
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Abu Sa'eed Al-Khudri narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Two traits are not combined in a believer: Stinginess and bad manners."
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-Abu Bakr As-Siddiq narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"The swindler, the stingy person, and the Mannan shall not enter Paradise."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"The believer is naively noble and the stingy person is deceitfully treacherous."
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Abu Mas'ud Al-Ansari narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"A man's spending on his family is charity."
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Thawban narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"The most virtuous of the Dinar is the Dinar spent by a man on his dependants, and the Dinar spent by a man on his beast in the Cause of Allah, and the Dinar spent by a man on his companions in the Cause of Allah." Abu Qilabah (one of the narrators) said: " He began with the dependants." Then he said: "And which man is greater in reward than a man who spends upon his depandants, having little ones by which Allah causes him to abstain (from the unlawful) and by which Allah enriches him."
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Abu Shuraih Al-'Adawf said:

"My eyes saw the Messenger of Allah, and my ears heard him speaking when he was speaking and he said: 'Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, then let him honor his guest with his reward.' They said: 'What is the reward?' He said: ' A day and a night.' He said: 'And hospitality is for three days, whatever is beyond that is charity. And whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, then let him say what is good or keep silent."
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Abu Shuraih Al-Kabi narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

:
"Hospitality is for three days, and his reward is a day and a night, and whatever is spent on him after that is charity. And it is not lawful for him (the guest) to stay so long as to cause him harm."
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Safwan bin Sulaim narrated that the Prophet said:

"The one who looks after a widow and a poor person is like the Mujahid in the cause of Allah, or like the one who fasts all the day and stands (in prayer) all the night."
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Jabir bin Abdullah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Every good is charity. Indeed among the good is to meet your brother with a smiling face, and to pour what is left in your bucket into the vessel of your brother."
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Abdullah bin Mas'ud narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Abide by truthfulness. For indeed truthfulness leads to righteousness. And indeed righteousness leads to Paradise. A man continues telling the truth and trying hard to tell he truth until he is recorded with Allah as a truthful person. Refrain from falsehood. For indeed falsehood leads to the wickedness, and wickedness leads to Fire. A slave (of Allah) continues lying and trying hard to lie, until he is recorded with Allah as a liar."
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Ibn 'Umar narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"When the slave (of Allah) lies, the angel goes a mile away from him because of the stench of what he has done."Yahya said: "(I asked) 'Abdur-Rahim bin Harun if he approved of it,and he said 'Yes'."
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Aishah narrated:

"There was no behavior more hated to the Messenger of Allah than lying. A man would lie in narrating something in the presence of the Prophet, and he would not be content until he knew that he had repented."
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Anas narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Al-Fuhsh is not present in anything but it mars it, and Al-Haya' is not present in anything but it beautifies it."
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'Abdullah bin 'Amr said; "The Messenger of Allah said:

"The best of you are those best in conduct.' And the Prophet was not one who was obscene, nor one who uttered obscenities."
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'Samurah bin Jundab narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Do not curse yourselves with Allah's curse, nor with His anger, nor with the Fire."
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'Abdullah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"The believer does not insult the honor of others, nor curse, nor commit Fahishah, nor is he foul."
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'Ibn 'Abbas narrated that a man cursed the wind in the presence of the Prophet, so he said:

"Do not curse the wind, for it is merely doing as ordered , and whoever curses something undeservingly, then the curse returns upon him."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Learn enough about your lineage to facilitate keeping your ties of kinship. For indeed keeping the ties of kinship encourages affection among the relatives, increases the wealth, and increases the lifespan."
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'Abudullah bin 'Amr narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"No supplication is more readily responded to, than the supplication made for someone who is absent."
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'Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"(The burden of) what is said by the two who vilify each other is upon the one who initiated it, as long as the one who was wronged does not transgress."
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' Al-Mughirah bin Shu'bah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Do not vilify the dead (and) by that harm the living."
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'Abdullah bin Mas'ud narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Verbally abusing the Muslim is disobedience and fighting him is disbelief." Zubaid said:"I said to Abu Wa'il: 'Did you hear it from 'Abdullah?' He said: 'Yes.'"
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'Ali narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Indeed in Paradise there are chambers, whose outside can be seen from their inside, and their inside can be seen from their outside." A Bedouin stood and said : 'Who are they for, O Messenger of Allah?" He said: "For those who speak well, feed others, fast regularly, and perform salat [for Allah] during the night while the people sleep."
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'Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"How wonderful it is for one of them that he obeys Allah and fulfills the rights of his master." Meaning the slave. And Ka'b said: "Allah and His Messenger spoke the truth."
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Ibn 'Umar narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"There shall be upon dunes of musk- I think he said: On the Day of Judgment- a slave who fulfills Allah's right and the right of his patron (master), a man who leads a people (in prayer)) and they are pleased with him. And a man who calls for the five prayers during every day and night."
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Abu Dharr said:

"The Messenger of Allah said to me:
'Have Taqwa of Allah wherever you are, and follow an evil deed with a good one to wipe it out, and treat the people with good behavior."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Beware of Zann (suspicion), for indeed Zann is the falsest of speech."
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Anas narrated:

"
The Messenger of Allah used to mingle with us such that he said to my younger brother: 'O Abu 'Umair! What did the Nughair do?'"
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Abu Hurairah narrated:

"They said: 'O Messenger of Allah! You joke with us?' He said: 'Indeed I do not say except what is true.'"
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Anas narrated:

"A man sought a mount from the Messenger of Allah who said: 'Indeed, I will let you ride on a she-camel's child.' So he said: 'O Messenger of Allah! What can ashe-camel's child do?' So the Messenger of Allah said: 'Are camels borne from other than she-camels?'"
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Anas bin Malik narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"O possessor of two ears!" Mahmud said: "Abu Usamah said: 'He only meant it as a joke.'"
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Anas bin Malik narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Whoever avoids lying while he is doing so falsely, a house will be built for him on the skirts of Paradise. Whoever avoids arguing while he is in the right, a house will be built for him in its midst. And whoever has good character, a house will be built for him in its heights."
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Ibn Abbas narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"It is enough sin for you that you never stop disputing."
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Ibn Abbas narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Do not argue with your brother, do not joke with him, and do not make a promise, only to not fulfill it."
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Aisha narrated:

"A man sought permission to enter upon the Messenger of Allah while I was with him, so he said:
'What an evil son of his tribe, or brother of his tribe.' Then he admitted him and spoke with him. When he left, I said: 'O Messenger of Allah! You said what you said about him. Then you talked politely with him?' He said: 'O 'Aishah! Indeed among the evilest of people are those whom the people avoid, or who the people leave, fearing his filthy speech.'"
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Muhammad bin Sirlin narrated from Abu Hurairah
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Abdullah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Whoever has a mustard seed's weight of pride (arrogance) in his heart, shall not be admitted into Paradise. And whoever has a mustard seed's weight of faith in his heart, shall not be admitted into the Fire."
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Abdullah narrated:

"The Messenger of Allah said:
'Whoever has a speck of pride (arrogance) in his heart, shall not be admitted into Paradise. And whoever has a speck of faith in his heart, shall not be admitted in to the Fire.'" Ha said: "So a man said to him: 'I like for my clothes to be nice, and my sandals to be nice?' So he said: 'Indeed Allah loves beauty. But pride is refusing the truth and betelling the people.'"
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: "When a Muslim, or believer, performs Wudu', washing his face, every evil that he looked at with his eyes leaves with the water - or with the last drop of water, or an expression similar to that - and when he washes his hands, every evil he did with his hands leaves with the water - or with the last drop of water - until he becomes free of sin."
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Al-Mughirah bin Shu'bah said:

I was with the Prophet on a journey. The Prophet had to relieve himself, so he went far away."
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Iylas bin Salamah bin Al-Akwa' narrated from his father that the Messenger of Allah said:

"A man shall remain exalting himself until he is written among the tyrants, so that he suffers from their afflictions."
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Jubair bin Mut'im narrated from his father who said:

"They (meaning the people in general) told me that I was proud, while I rode a donkey, wore a cloak, and I milked the sheep. And the Messenger of Allah said to me:
"Whoever does these, then there is no pride (arrogance) in him.'"
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Abu Ad-Dardh narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Nothing is heavier on the believer's Scale on the Day of Judgment than good character. For indeed Allah, Most High, is angered by the shameless obscene person."
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Abu Ad-Dardh narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Nothing is placed on the Scale that is heavier than good character. Indeed the person with good character will have attained the rank of the person of fasting and prayer."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah was asked about that for which people are admitted into Paradise the most, so he said:

"Taqwa of Allah, and good character." And he was asked about that for which people are admitted into the Fire the most, and he said: " The mouth and the private parts."
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Abu Wahb narrated that :

'Abdullah bin Al-Mubarak explained good character, and then he said: "It is a smiling face, doing one's best in good, and refraining from harm."
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Abu Al-Ahwas narrated from his father who said:

"I said: 'O Messenger of Allah! I stayed with a man who did not entertain me nor behave hospitably with me. Then he came to stay with me, shall I reciprocate the same to him?' He (? said: 'No, entertain him." He said: 'He (? saw me wearing tattered clothes and said:'(Do you have any wealth?' I said: 'Allah has given me various kinds of wealth through camels and goats.' He said: 'Then let it be seen on you.'"
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Hudhaifah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Do not let yourselves be 'yes-men', saying: 'If the people are good then we will be good, and if they are wrong then we will be wrong.'Rather, make up your own minds, if the people are good then you are good, and if they are evil, then do not behave unjustly."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Whoever visits the sick, or visits his brother in Allah (faith), a caller calls out: 'May you have goodness and livelihood be good, and may you dwell in an adobe in Paradise.'"
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Al-Haya is from faith, and faith is in Paradise. Obscenity is from rudeness, and rudeness is in the Fire."
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Abdullah bin Sarjis Al-Muzam narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Taking the good route is a part of the twenty-four parts of Prophethood."
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Ibn 'Abbas narrated that the Messenger of Allah said to the Ashajj 'Abdul-Qais:

"Indeed there are two traits in you that Allah loves: Forbearance, and deliberateness."
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Abdullah-Muhaimin bin 'Abbas bin Sahl bin Sa'd As-Saidi narrated from his father, from his grandfather, who said that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Deliberateness is from Allah, and haste is from the Ash-shaitan."
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Abu Ad-Darda narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Whoever was given his share of gentleness, then he has been given a share of good. And whoever has been prevented from his share of gentleness, then he has been prevented from his share of good."
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Ibn 'Abbas narrated:

"The Messenger of Allah sent Mu'adh [bin Jabal] to Yemen, and said:
'Beware of the supplication of the oppressed; for indeed there is no barrier between it and Allah.'"
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Anas narrated:

that
"I served the Prophet for ten years. He never said Uff and never blamed me by saying: 'Why did you do so' or why did you not do so?' And the Messenger Of Allah had the best character among all of the people. I never touched Khazz nor silk, nor anything softer than the hand of the Messenger of Allah, nor have I smelled musk, or a fragrance sweeter than the sweat of the Messenger of Allah
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Abu Abdullah Al-Jadali narrated:

"I asked 'Aishah about the character of the Messenger of Allah. She said: 'He was not obscene, nor uttering obscenities, nor screaming in the markets, he would not return an evil with an evil, but rather he was pardoning and forgiving."
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Aishah narrated:

"I was not jealous of any wife of the Prophet as I was jealous of Khadijah, and it was not because I saw her. It was only because the Messenger of Allah mentioned her so much, and because whenever he would slaughter a sheep, he would look for Khadijah's friends to gift them some of it."
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Jabir narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Indeed the most beloved among you to me, and the nearest to sit with me on the Day of Judgment is the best of you in character. And indeed, the most disliked among you to me, and the one sitting furthest from me on the Day of Judgement are the Thartharun, and the Mutashaddiqun and the Muthafaihiqun." They said: "O Messenger of Allah! We know about the Thartharun, and the Mutashaddiqun, but what about the Muthafaihiqun?"' He said:"The arrogant."
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Ibn 'Umar narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"The believer is not one who curses others."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that a man came to the Messenger of Allah and said:

"Teach me something that is not too much for me so that, perhaps, I may abide by it." He (S.A.W) said: "Do not get angry." He repeated that (the request) a number of times, each time he replied: 'Do not get angry."
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Sahl bim Mu'adh bin Anas Al-Juhani narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Whoever suppresses his rage while he is able to unleash it, Allah will call him before the heads (leaders) of creation on the Day of Judgement, so that he can inform Him of which of the Hur he would like."
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Anas bin Malik narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"No young person honors an elder due to his age, except that Allah appoints for him one who will honor him at that age."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah (s.A.W) said:

"The gates of Paradise are opened on Monday and Thursday. In them, (will enter) whoever has not associated anything with Allah will be forgiven, except for the two who shun each other, (about whom) it is said: 'Return these two until they make amends."
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Abu Sa'eed narrated:

"Some persons from the Ansar asked for (something) from the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) and he gave them. They again asked him for (something), and he gave them. Then he said: 'whatever of good that I have, I would never hoard it from any of you. (Remember) whoever abstains from asking others, Allah will make him content, and whoever tries to make due, Allah will suffice him. And whoever remains patient, Allah will make him patient. Nobody can be given a blessing better and more encompassing than patience."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) said:

"Indeed among the worst of people to Allah, on the Day of Judgment, is the two faced person."
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Hammam bin Al-Harith said:

"Aman passed by Hudhaifah bin Al-Yaman and it was said to him: "This person conveys news about the people to the leaders.' So Hudaifah said: 'The Messenger of Allah said: 'The Qatat shall not enter paradise.'" (Sahih)Sufyan said: "The Qatat is the Nammam.
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Abu Umamah narrated that the Messenger of Allah (s.A.W) said:

"Al-Haya' and Al-'Iy are two branches of faith, and Al-Badha and Al-Bayan are two branches of Hypocrisy."
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Ibn 'Umar narrated that two men arrived during the time of the Messenger of Allah delivering an address. The people were amazed by their speech, so the Messenger of Allah turned to us and said:

"Indeed there is magic in eloquence'-or- 'Indeed some eloquence is magic.'"
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Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said:

"Charity does not diminish wealth, Allah does not increase a man in anything for his pardoning (others) but in honor, and none humbles himself for Allah but Allah raises him."
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Ibn 'Umar narrated that Prophet said:

"Oppression shall be darkness on the Day of Judgment."
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Abu Hurairah narrated:

"The Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) never criticized any food. if he liked it, he would eat it, and if not, he would leave it."
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Nafi'
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Abu Sa'eed narrated that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) said:

"There is no forbearance except for the one who stumbled, and there is no wisdom except for the one who has experience."
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Jabir narrated that the Prophet (s.a.w) said:

"Whoever is given a gift, then if he finds something let him reciprocate. If he has nothing, then let him mention some praise. For whoever has mentioned some praise, then he has expressed his gratitude. And whoever refrains (from doing so) then he has committed Kufr. And whoever pretends to be satisfied by that which he was not given, he is like the one who wears a garment of falsehood."
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Usamah bin Zaid narrated that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) said:

"Whoever some good was done to him, and he says: 'May Allah reward you in goodness' then he has done the most that he can of praise."
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Abdullah bin Mughaffal narrated that :

the Prophet prohibited that a man should urinate in his bathing area. And he said: "It will only cause misgivings." [He said:] There are narrations on This topic from "a man from among the Companions of the Prophet."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: "If it were not that it would be difficult on my nation, then I would have ordered them to use the Siwak for each prayer."
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Zaid bin Khalid Al-Juhani said :

'I heard Allah's Messenger saying: 'If it were not that it would be difficult on my nation then, I would have ordered them to use the Siwak for each prayer and to delay the Isha prayer until the third of the night.'"He [Abu Salamah, one of the narrators] said: Zaid bin Khalid wouId attend the prayer in the Masjid and his Siwak would be on his ear in the location of the pen on the ear of a writer. He would not get up to pray without cleaning his teeth, then returning it to its location."
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Abu Hurairah reported that the :

Prophet said: "When on of you awakens in the night, then let him not put his hand into the vessel until he has poured water on two times, or three times, for indeed he does not know where his hand has spent the night."
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Rabah bin Abdur-Rahman bin Abi Sufyan bin Huwaitib narrated from his grandmother, from her father; she said (that he said):

"I heard Allah's Messenger saying: there is no Wudu for one who does not mention Allah's Name over it."
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Rabah Bin Abdur-Rahman bin Abu Sufyan bin Huwaitib narrated :

the same from his grandmother the daughter of Sa'eed bin Zaid, from her father, from the Prophet.
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Salamah bin Qais narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: "When you perform Wudu then sniff water in the nose and blow it out, and when you use small stones (to remove filth) then make it odd (numbered)."
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Abdullah bin Zaid said:

"1 saw the Prophet rinse his mouth and sniff water in his nose using one hand, he did that thrice,"
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Hassan bin Bilal said:

"1 saw Ammar bin Yasir performing Wudu, so he went through his beard (with his hand). It was said to him" - or he said - "1 said: 'You go through your beard?' He said: 'And what is there to prevent me? Indeed I saw Allah's Messenger going through his beard.'"
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'Ali narrated that :

the Prophet, said: "The key to Salat is the purification, its Tahrlm is the Takblr, and its Tahlil is the Taslim."
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(In another narration) Ammar narrated :

the same from the Prophet.
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'Uthman bin Affan narrated that :

the Prophet would go through his beard."
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Abdullah bin Zaid narrated that:

"Allah's Messenger wiped over his head with his hands, going over the front with them and the rear. He began with the front of his head until they went to the nape of his neck. Then he brought them back again to the place where he began. Then he washed his feet."
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Ar-Rubay' bint Mu'awwidh bin Afra' narrated:

"The Prophet wiped his head two times: He began with the rear of his head, then with the front of his head and with both of his ears, outside and Inside of them."
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Ar-Rubayy bint Mu'awidh bin Afra narrated that :

she saw the Prophet performing Wudu. She said: "He wiped his head, and what is in the front of it and what is in its rear, and his temples and his ears one time."
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'Abdullah bin Zaid narrated that :

he saw the Prophet performing Wudu, and that he wiped his head with water that was not left over from his hands.
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Ibn 'Abbas narrated:

"The Prophet wiped his head and his ears: the outside and the inside of them."
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Abu Umamah narrated:

"The Prophet performed Wudu; so he washed his face three times, and his hands three times, and wiped his head, and he said: "The ears are part of the head."
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Asim bin Laqit bin Sabirah narrated from his father that :

the Prophet Muhammad said: "When performing Wudu go between the fingers."
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Ibn Abbas narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: "When performing Wudu go between the fingers of your hands and (toes of) your feet."
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Jabir bin 'Abdullah, may Allah be pleased with them, narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: "The key to Paradise is Salat, and the key to Salat is Wudu'."
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Al-Mustawrid bin Shaddad Al-Fihri said :

"I saw the Prophet when he was performing Wudu doing that to the toes on his feet with his pinky."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

the Prophet said: "Protect the heels from the Fire!"
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Ibn Abbas narrated:

"The Prophet performed Wudu one time (for each limb)."
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Abu Hurairah narrated:

"The Prophet performed Wudu two time (for each limb)."
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Ali narrated that:

"The Prophet performed Wudu three times (for each limb)."
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Thabit bin Abi Safiyyah said, :

"I asked Abu Ja'far: 'Did Jabir narrate to you that: "The Prophet performed Wudu one time each, and two times, and three times?" He said: "Yes."
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Thabit bin Abi Safiyyah said, :

"1 asked Abu Ja'far: 'Did Jabir narrate to you that: "The Prophet performed Wudu one time each?" He said: "Yes."
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Abdullah bin Zaid narrated that:

"The Prophet performed Wudu. So he washed his face three times, and washed his hands two times each, and wiped his head, and washed his feet [two times]."
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Abu Hayyah narrated:

"I saw Ali performing Wudu. He washed his hands until he cleaned them, then he rinsed out his mouth three times, sniffed water into his nose and blew it out three times, washed his face three times, and his forearms three times. He wiped his head once, then he washed his feet up to the ankles. Then he stood up, taking what was left over from his purification (water) and drank it while he was standing. Then he said, 'I wanted to show you how Allah's Messenger purified himself.'"
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Abd Khair related a narration similar to that of Abu Hayyah, :

from Ali (no. 48). Except that Abd Khair's version includes the following additions: "When he was finished from his purification, he would take what was left over from his purification with his hand to drink it."
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Anas bin Malik said:

"When the Prophet entered the toilet he would say: 'O Allah Indeed I seek refuge in You.'" Shu'bah (one of the narrators) said: "Another time he said: 'I seek refuge in You from AI-Khubthi and al-Khablth.' Or: 'Al-Khubthi and Al-Khaba'ith.'"
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

the Prophet said: "Jibril came to me and he said: 'O Muhammad! When you perform wudu then perform Nadh.'"
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: "Shall I tell you that for which Allah will wipe out your sins, and raise your ranks?" They said, "Of course Allah's Messenger!" He said: "Performing Wudu well in difficulty, and taking many steps to the Masajid, and waiting for Salat after Salat, That is the Ribat."
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Qutaibah said in his narration:

"For that is the Ribat, that is the Ribat, that is the Ribat" three times.
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Aishah narrated:

"Allah's Messenger had a cloth that he would use to dry off with after Wudu."
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Muadh bin Jabal narrated:

"I saw the Prophet when he performed Wudu, he wiped his face with the edge of his garment." Abu Eisa said: This Hadith is gharib, and its chain is weak. Rishdin bin Sa'd and Abdur- Rahman bin Ziyad bin An'um Al Ifriqi [narrators in the chain of this Hadith] are weak in Hadith. Some people of knowledge among the Companions of the Prophet and those after them, permitted using a towel after Wudu.
Those who disliked it, only disliked it from the view of the saying: "Wudu is weighed." That as reported from Sa'eed bin Al- Musayyab and Az-Zuhri. Muhammad bin Humaid [Ar-Razi] narrated to us, Jarir narrated to us, he said: Ali bin Mujahid narrated to me, and he is trustworthy to me, from me, from: Tha'labah from Az-Zuhri, he said: "The towel is only disliked after Wudu because Wudu is weighed."
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Ibn Umar narrated:

"I traveled with the Prophet, Abu Bakr, Umar, and Uthman; they would pray Zuhr and Asr as two Rak'ah and two Rak'ah, not praying before them nor after them." And Ibn Umar said: "If I was going to pray before it or after it then I would pray it complete."
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Abu An-Nadrah said:

"Imran bin Husain was asked about the traveler's prayer. He said: 'I performed Hajj with the Messenger of Allah, and he prayed two Rak'ah. I performed Hajj with Abu Bakr, and he prayed two Rak'ah and with Umar, and he prayed two Rak;ah; and with Uthman for six years of his Khilafah, or eight years, and he prayed two Rak'ah."
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Anas bin Malik narrated:

"We prayed Zuhr as four with the Prophet in Al-Madinah, and Asr as two Rak'ah in Dhil-Hulaifah."
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Ibn Abbas narrated:

"The Prophet went from Al-Madinah to Makkah, not fearing anyone except Allah the Lord of the worlds, and he prayed two Rak'ah."
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Yahya bin Abi Ishaq Al-Hadrami narrated :

that Anas bin Malik said: "We went with the Messenger of Allah from Al-Madinah to Makkah, and he prayed two Rak'ah." He said: "I said to Anas: 'How long did Messenger of Allah stay in Makkah?' He said: 'Ten (days).'"
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Ibn Abbas narrated:

"The Messenger of Allah traveled on a journey and he prayed two Rak'ah for nineteen days." Ibn Abbas said: "So when we would stay somewhere for nineteen (days) we would pray two Rak'ah , and if we stayed longer than that we would complete the Salat."
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Umar bin Al-Khattab narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: 'Whoever performs Wudu, making Wudu well, then says: (Ashhadu an la ilaha illallah, wahdahu la sharika lahu, wa ashhadu anna Muhammadan-abduhu wa rasuluhu, Allahummajalni minat tawwabin, waj'alni minal mutatahhirin) 'I testify that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah Alone, there are no partners for Him. And I testify that Muhammad is His servant and Messenger. O Allah! Make me among the repentant, and make me among those who purify themselves.' Then eight gates of Paradise are opened for him, that may enter by whichever of them wishes."
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Al-Bara bin Azib said:

"I accompanied the Messenger of Allah on eighteen journeys, and I did not see him leave the two Rak'ah when the sun waned before Zuhr."
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Ibn Umar narrated:

"I prayed Zuhr with the Prophet on a journey as two Rak'ah, and two Rak'ah after it."
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Ibn Umar narrated:

"I prayed with the Prophet both, while a resident and while traveling. So I prayed four for Zuhr with him as a resident, and two Rak'ah after it. I prayed two Rak'ah for Zuhr with him while traveling and two Rak'ah after it, and two Rak'ah for Asr, and he did not pray anything after it. Maghrib while a resident and traveling is the same; three Rak'ah, it is not decreased as a resident nor while traveling. It is Witr of the day, and after it are two Rak'ah."
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Mu'adh bin Jabal narrated:

"While the Prophet as at the Battle of Tabuk, if he wanted to depart before the sun's decline he would delay Zuhr so that he could pray it together with Asr. If he wanted to depart after the sun's decline, he would hasten Asr to Zuhr, and pray Zuhr and Asr together, and then move it. If he wanted to depart before Maghrib he would delay Maghrib until he prayed it with Isha, and if he wanted to depart after Maghrib he would hasten Isha so that he would pray it along with Maghrib."
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[(Another chain) Qutaibah narrated :

this Hadith to us, meaning the Hadith of Mu'adh]
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Nafi narrated:

"Ibn Umar had been requested to urgently attend to one of his wives, so he hurried en route and delayed Maghrib until the twilight disappeared, then he dismounted to combine them (the prayers). Then he informed them that the Messenger of Allah would do that when he was in a hurry on a trip."
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Abbad bin Tamim narrated from his uncle:

"The Messenger of Allah went out with the people to seek rain. So he led them in prayer for two Rak'ah, reciting aloud in them, turning his upper wrap around, raising his hands, requesting rain, and facing the Qiblah."
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Umair, the freed slave of Abi Al-Lahm narrated from Abi Al-Lahm that :

he saw the Messenger of Allah at Ahjar Az-Zait, supplicating for rain, and he was raising his hands in supplication.
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It is narrated from Hisham bin Ishaq - and he was from Ibn Abdullah bin Kinanah - from his father who said:

"Al-Walid bin Uqbah, the governor of Al-Madinah, sent me to ask Ibn Abbas about how the Messenger of Allah would perform Salat Al-Istisqa. I came to him and he said: 'The Messenger of Allah would go out in modest dress, humbly, imploring, until he reached the Musalla. He would not give this Khutbah of yours, rather, he would continue supplication and imploring saying the Takbir, and pray two Rak'ah, just as he would pray for the Eid.'"
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(Another chain) from Hisham bin Ishaq bin Abdullah bin Kinanah, from his father, :

and he mentioned a similar narration and added: "with humility" to it.
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Safinah narrated:

"The Prophet would perform Wudu with a Mudd, and he would perform Ghusl with a Sa."
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Ibn Abbas narrated:

"The Prophet prayed during the eclipse. He recited, then bowed, then recited, then bowed, then recited, then bowed. (three times), then he performed two prostrations, and the next one (Rak'ah) was the same."
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Aishah narrated:

"The sun was eclipsed during the time of the Messenger of Allah, so the Messenger of Allah led the people in prayer. He recited a lengthy recitation, then he bowed a lengthy bowing, then he raised his head and recited a lengthy recitation that was less than the first. Then he bowed a lengthy bowing that was less than the first. Then he raised his head and prostrated. Then he did (similar to) that in the second Rak'ah."
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Samurah bin Jundah narrated:

"The Prophet led us in prayer during an eclipse; we did not hear his voice."
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Aishah narrated:

"The Prophet prayed the eclipse payer, and he recited aloud in it."
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Salim narrated from his father:

"The Prophet prayed Salat Al-Khawf, praying one Rak'ah with one of the two groups, while the other group was facing the enemy. (When the first group finished they first Rak'ah with him), they went and took position (of the second group, facing the enemy). Then the second group came and he led them in another Rak'ah, then he said the Taslim to them, while the group proceeded to complete their (second) Rak'ah. Thereafter, the first group stood up to finish their (second) Rak'ah."
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Sahl bin Abi Hathmah said about Salat Al-Khawf:

"The Imam stands facing the Qiblah while a group of them stand with him, and a group is before the enemy, facing the enemy. He leads them in a Rak'ah, and they perform a bowing by themselves, and they perform two prostrations in their places. Then they go to take the position of the others and the others come (for prayers). He (the Imam) bows for one Rak'ah with them and performs two prostrations with them. That is two for him and one for them, then they perform one bowing and two prostrations."
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(Abu Eisa said:

) Muhammad bin Bash-har said:
"I asked Yahya bin Sa'eed (narrators in no. 565) about this Hadith. So he narrated it to me from Shu'bah, from Abdur-Rahman bin Al-Qasim, from his father, from Salih bin Khawwat, from Sahl bin Abi Hathmah, from the Prophet - the same as the Hadith of Yahya bin Sa'eed Al-Ansari. And he (Yahya) said to me: "Write it next to it. He did not memorize the Hadith better though, rather it is the same Hadith as that of Yahya bin Sa'eed Al-Ansari'" (a Hadith similar to no. 565, with a different chain of narrators)
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It was reported by Malik from Yazid bin Ruman, :

from Salih bin Khawwat, from someone who prayed Salat Al-Khawf with the Prophet, and he mentioned a similar narration.
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Abu Ad-Darda narrated:

"I performed eleven prostrations (of recitation) with the Messenger of Allah, among them was that which is in Surat An-Najm."
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(Another chain in which) Abu Ad-Darda narrated:

"I performed eleven prostrations with the Messenger of Allah, among them was that which is in Surat An-Najm."
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Ubayy bin Ka'b narrated that :

the Prophet said: "Indeed there is a Shaitan for Wudu' who is called "AI-Walahan." So beware of having misgivings about water."
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Mujahid narrated:

"We were with Ibn Umar, and he said: 'The Messenger of Allah said: "Permit the women to go at night to the Masajid." His son said: 'By Allah! We would not permit them lest they become insidious from that.' So he (Abdullah) retorted: 'May Allah do and such with you.' I say: "The Messenger of Allah said," and you say: "We do not permit them?"
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Tariq bin Abdullah Al-Muharibi narrated that :

the Messenger of Allah said: "When you are in Salat then do not spit on your right, but behind you or toward your left, or under your left foot."
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Anas bin Malik narrated that :

the Messenger of Allah said: "To spit in the Masjid is a sin, and burying it is its atonement."
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Abu Hurairah narrated:

"We prostrated with the Messenger of Allah in: 'Read! In the Name of your Lord' and 'When the heaven is split asunder.'"
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(Another chain in which) Abu Hurairah narrated :

from the Prophet similarly.
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Ibn Abbas narrated:

"The Messenger of Allah prostrated for it - meaning (in Surat) An-Najm - and so did the Muslims, the idolaters, the Jinns, and the people."
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Zaid bin Thabit narrated:

"I recited Surat An-Najm to the Messenger of Allah, and he did not prostrate for it."
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Ibn Abbas narrated:

"I saw the Messenger of Allah prostrating for (Surat) Sad." Ibn Abbas said: "It is not one of the resolute prostrations."
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Uqbah bin Amir narrated:

"I said: 'O Messenger of Allah! Surah Al-Hajj has been esteemed by two prostrations?' He said: 'Yes, and whoever does not prostrate for them, he should not recite them.'"
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Al-Hasan bin Muhammad bin Ubaidullah bin Abi Yazid said:

Ibn Juraij said to me: O Hasan! Ubaidullah bin Abi Yazid informed me that Ibn Abbas said: "A man came to the Prophet and said: 'O Messenger of Allah! I had a dream at night while I was sleeping in which I was praying behind a tree, when I prostrated the tree prostrated along with me. Then I heard it saying: (Allahummaktuh li biha indaka ajran, wad a anni biha wizran, waj'alha li biha indaka dhukhran, wa taqabbalha minni kama taqabbaltaha min abdiki Dawud.)" (O Allah! Record for me, a reward with You for it, remove a sin for me by it, and store it away for me with You, and accept it from me as You accepted it from Your worshipper Dawud). Al-Hasan said: "Ibn Juraij said to me: 'Your grandfather said to me: 'Ibn Abbas said: 'So the Prophet recited (an Ayah of) prostration then prostrated.'" (He said) "So Ibn Abbas said: 'I listened to him, and he was saying the same as the man informed that the tree had said.'"
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Anas narrated that :

"The Prophet would perform wudu for every Salat, whether he was in state of purity or not in a state of purity."
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Aisha narrated:

"When the Messenger of Allah would prostrate (for recitation of) the Qur'an, he would say: (Sajada wajhiya lilladhi khalaqahu wa shaqqa sam'ahu wa basarahu bihawlihi wa quwwatihi.) (I have prostrated my face to the One Who created it, and made its hearing and vision, though His ability and power.)"
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Umar bin Al-Khattab narrated that :

the Messenger of Allah said: "Whoever slept, (missing) his section or some of it, then he recited it between the Fajr prayer and the Zuhr prayer, it is written for him as if he had recited it in the night."
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Abu Hurairah narrated:

"Muhammad said: 'Does not the one who raises his head before the Imam fear that Allah will transform his head into a donkey's head?'"
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Jabir bin Abdullah narrated:

'Mu'adh bin Jabal would pray Al-Maghrib with the Messenger of Allah, then he would return to his people to lead them (in prayer)."
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Anas bin Malik narrated:

"When we prayed behind the Prophet in the midday heat, we would prostrate on our garments as a protection against the heat."
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Jabir bin Samurah narrated:

"When the Prophet prayed Fajr he would remain seated where he had prayed until the sun had risen."
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Anas bin Malik narrated that :

the Messenger of Allah said: "Whoever prays Fajr in congregation, then sits remembering Allah until the sun has risen, then he prays two Rak'ah, then for him is the reward like that of a Hajj and Umrah." He said: "The Messenger of Allah said: 'Complete, complete, complete.'"
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Ibn Abbas narrated:

"The Messenger of Allah would glance toward the right and the left during Salat but he would not turn his neck to look behind him."
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Sa'eed bin Abi Hind narrated from some of the companions of Ikrimah:

"The Prophet would glance during Salat" and he mentioned a similar narration.
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Anas narrated:

"The Messenger of Allah said to me: 'O my son! Beware of looking around during the Salat, for indeed looking around during Salat is destruction. If you must do so, then in the voluntary (prayers), not in the obligatory (prayers).'"
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It has been related in a narration from Ibn Umar that :

the Prophet said: "Whoever performs Wudu while in a state of purity, Allah writes for him on account of it ten good merits."
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Aishah narrated:

"I asked the Messenger of Allah about looking around during the Salat. He said: 'It is a portion which the Shaitan snatches during a man's prayer.'"
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Mu'adh bin Jabal narrated that :

the Messenger of Allah said: "When one of you comes to the Salat and (finds) the Imam is in a position, then do as the Imam is doing."
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Abdullah bin Abi Qatadah narrated from his father that :

the Messenger of Allah said: "When the Iqamah is called for the prayer, then do not stand until you see that I have come out."
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Abdullah said:

"I was prayed and the Prophet, Abu Bakr, and Umar were there, so when I sat, I started off with praising Allah, then sending Salat upon the Prophet, then supplicating for myself. So the Prophet said: 'Ask, your request will be granted, ask, your request will be ranted.'"
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Aishah narrated:

"The Prophet ordered the construction of Masajid in all Dur and that they be kept clean and scented."
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(Another chain) from Hisham bin Urwah, from his father:

"That the Prophet ordered." And he mentioned similarly.
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(Another chain) from Hisham from Urwah, from his father:

"That the Prophet ordered." And he mentioned similarly.
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Ibn Umar narrated that :

the Prophet said: "The Salat during the night and the day is two and two."
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Asim bin Damrah said:

"We asked Ali about the prayer of the Messenger of Allah during the day. He said: 'You will not be able to do that.' We said: 'Whoever among is able (he will)?' So he said: 'When the sun appeared over there (east) like it appears here (west) at Asr, the Messenger of Allah would pray two Rak'ah, and when the sun appeared over there (east) like it appears here (west) at Zuhr, he would pray four Rak'ah. And he would pray four before Zuhr and two after it, and four before Asr separating between every two Rak'ah with At-Taslim upon the angels that are close (to Allah) and those who follow them among the believers, and the Muslims."
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(Another chain) from Ali :

from the Prophet similarly (no. 598).
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Anas bin Malik said:

"When the Prophet would enter the toilet 'He said: "O Allah! Indeed I seek refuge in You from Al-Khubith and Al- Khaba'ith."
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Amr bin Amir Al-Ansari narrated that he heard Anas bin Malik saying:

"The Prophet would perform Wudu for every Salat." I said, "So what about you, what would you do?" He said I wouId pray all of the prayers with one Wudu, as long as we had not committed Hadath (anything that invalidates Wudu)."
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Aishah narrated:

"The Messenger of Allah would not pray in women's covers."
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Urwah narrated that Aishah said:

"I came while the Messenger of Allah was praying in the house and the door was closed. So he walked until he opened the door for me, then he returned to his place." And she described the door to be in the direction of the Qiblah.
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Abu Wa'il said:

"A man asked Abdullah bin Mas'ud about this phrase: 'Ghairi asin' or is it Yasin? So he said: 'You can recite all of the Quran besides this [phrase]?' He said: 'Yes.' He said: 'Indeed a people recite it, disbursing it like Ad-Daqqa are dispersed, without it passing their throats. Indeed I am aware of the surahs that are comparable which the Messenger of Allah would recite together.'" He said: "So we told Alqamah to ask him (what they were). He said: "Twenty surahs from the Mufassal from which the Prophet would combine, reciting every two Surah in a Rak'ah.'"
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

the Prophet said: "When a man performs Wudu and he performs his Wudu well, then he leaves to the Salat, and he did not leave - or he said: He had no urge - except for it, then there is not one step that he takes except that Allah raises him a degree from it, or removes a sin from him for it. "
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Sa'd bin Ishaq bin Ka'b bin Ujrah narrated from his father from his grandfather who said:

"The Prophet prayed Maghrib in the Masjid of Banu Abdul-Ashbal, and some people stood to offer voluntary prayers, so the Prophet said: 'This Salat is to be performed by you in your homes.'"
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Qais bin Asim narrated that:

he accepted Islam and the Prophet ordered him to perform Ghusl with water and Sidr.
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Ali bin Abi Talid (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that :

the Messenger of Allah said: "The screen between the eyes of the jinns and nakedness of the children of Adam when one of you enters the area of relieving oneself is saying: 'Bismillah.'"
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Abdullah bin Busr narrated that :

the Prophet said: "On the day of Resurrection, my nation will be radiant from prostrating and shining from Wudu."
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Aishah narrated:

"The Messenger of Allah would love to start with the right side when he purified himself, and when he combed, and when putting his sandals on."
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Anas bin Malik narrated that :

the Messenger of Allah said: The acceptable Wudu is with two Ratils of water."
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Sulaiman bin Buraidah narrated that his father said:

"The Prophet would perform Wudu for every Salat. So during the year of the Conquest, he performed all of the prayers with one Wudu, and he wiped over his Khuff. So Umar said, 'You did something that you have not done before?' He replied: "I did it on purpose."
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Ali bin Abi Talib (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that :

the Messenger of Allah said, about urine of a male child that suckles: "The urine of the boy is sprinkled, and the girl's urine is washed." Qatadah (one of the narrators) said: "This is so, as long as they do not eat, when they eat, then both of them are washed."
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[Shahr bin Hawshab said:

"I saw Jarir bin Abdullah performing Wudu and wiping over his Khuff." He said: "So I asked him: 'What is that?' He said: 'I saw the Prophet performing Wudu and he wiped over his Khuff.' So I said to him: 'Before Al-Ma'idah or after Al-Ma'idah?' He said: 'I did not accept Islam until after Al-Ma'idah.'"]
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Shahr bin Hawshab said:

(Another chain) from Khalid bin Ziyad with similar.
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Ammar narrated:

"The Prophet permitted the Junub when he wanted to eat, drink, or sleep, to perform Wudu like the Wudu for Salat."
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Ka'b bin Ujrah narrated:

"The Messenger of Allah said to me: 'I seek refuge in Allah for you O Ka'b bin Ujrah from leader that will be after me. Whoever comes to their doors to approve of their lies and supports them in their oppression, then he is not of me and I am not of him, and he will not meet me at the Hawd. And whoever comes to their doors, or he does not come, and he does not approve of their lies and he does not support them in their oppression, then he is from me and I am from him, and he will meet me at the Hawd. Ka'ab bin Ujrah! Salat is clear proof, and Sawm (fasting) is an impregnable shield, and Sadaqah (charity) extinguishes sins just as water extinguishes fire. O Ka'b bin Ujrah! There is no flesh raised that sprouts from the unlawful except that the Fire is more appropriate for it.'"
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Muhammad said:

"Ibn Numair narrated to us from Ubaidullah bin Musa, from Ghalib" with this (Hadith).
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Sulaim bin Amir narrated:

"I heard Abu Umamah saying: I heard the Messenger of Allah giving a Khutbah during the Farewell Hajj, and he said: 'Have Taqwa of your Lord, and pray your five (prayers), and fast your month, and pay the Zakat on your wealth, and obey thosewho are in charge of you, you will enter the Paradise of your Lord.'" He said: "I said to Abu Umamah: 'How old were you when you heard this Hadith (from the Messenger of Allah)?' He said: 'I heard it when I was thirty years old.'"
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Maimunah said:

"I and Allah's Messenger would perform Ghusl for Janabah from one vessel."
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Abu Hajib narrated from a man from Banu Ghifar who said:

"The Prophet prohibited using the leftover (water) of a woman's Purification."
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A1-Hakim bin Amr AI-Ghifari narrated that:

"The Prophet forbade that a man should perform Wudu with the leftover (water) from a woman's purifcation." Or, he said: "from her drinking."
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Ibn Abbas narrated:

"One of the wives of the Prophet performed Ghusl with a bowl. Allah's Messenger wanted to perform Wudu with it, so she said: 'O Messenger of Allah! Indeed I am ]unub.' So he said: 'Indeed, water does not become Junub.'"
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Abu Sa'eed AI-Khudri narrated:

"It was said, 'O Allah's Messenger! Shall we use the water of Buda'ah well to perform ablution while it is a well in which menstruation rags, flesh of dogs and the putrid are dumped?" Allah's Messenger said: 'Indeed water is pure, nothing makes it impure.'"
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Ibn Umar narrated:

"I heard AlIah's Messenger while he was being asked about water in open areas of the land, and predators and beasts come to it." He said: 'So Allah's Messenger said: 'When the water is two Qullah it does not carry filth.'"
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

the Prophet said: "Let none of you urinate [in still water, then perform Wudu with it."1
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Abu Hurairah narrated:

"A man asked Allah's Messenger 'O Messenger of Allah! We sail the seas, and we only carry a little water with us. If we use it for Wudu then we will go thirsty. So shall we perform Wudu from the (water of the) sea?' Allah's Messenger said: 'Its water is pure, and its dead are lawful.'"
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'Aishah, [may Allah be pleased with her] said:

"When the Prophet would exit the toilet he would say: 'Ghufranak.'"
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Ibn Abbas narrated:

"The Prophet passed by two graves. He said: 'These two are being punished. And they are not being punished for something major. As for this one, he would not protect himself from his urine. As for this one, he used to spread Namimah (slander).'"
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Umm Qais bin Mihsan narrated:

"I entered upon the Prophet with a son of mine who was not yet eating food. He urinated on him, so he called for water which he sprinkled over it."
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Anas narrated:

"Some people from Urainah arrived in Al-Madinah, and they were uncomfortable (and ill from the climate). So Allah's Messenger sent them some camels from charity. He told them: "Drink from their milk and urine." So they killed the camel driver that Allah's Messenger sent, and they violently drove off the camels, and apostatized from Islam. So the Prophet came to them, he cut off their hands and feet on opposite side, and branded their eyes, and threw them in Al-Harrah." Anas said, "So I saw one of them working over the ground with his mouth, until they died."
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Anas bin Malik narrated:

"Allah's Messenger only poked out their eyes because they had poked out the eyes of the camel driver." Abu 'Eisa said: This Hadfth is Gharib. We do not know anyone who mentioned it other than this shaikh, from Yazid bin Zurai. And it is in accordance with the meaning of Allah's saying:
"And wounds equal for equal"
It has been reported that Muhammad bin Sirin said: "The Prophet only did this to them before the legislated punishments were revealed."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: "There no Wudu except for a sound or a smell."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: "When one of you is in the Masjid, and he senses wind between his buttocks then he should not exit until he hears a sound or smells an odor."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

the Prophet said: "Indeed Allah does not accept the prayer of one of you when he commits Hadath, until he performs Wudu."
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Ibn Abbas narrated that :

he saw the Prophet sleeping, while in the prostration position, until he snored or snorted. Then he stoodup to pray. So I said: "O Messenger of Allah! You were sleeping?" He said: "Wudu is not required except for sleeping while reclining. For when one reclines, joints relax."
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Anas bin Malik narrated:

"The companions of Allah's Messenger would sleep, then stand to pray, They would not perform Wudu."
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Abu Hurairah narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: "Wudu is (required) from what fire has touched, even if it be a piece of cheese."
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Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari narrated that :

Allah's Messenger said: "When one of you arrives to defecate, then let none of you face the Qiblah while defecating, nor while urinating. And do not have your back towards it, but have it east of you or west of you."
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Jabir narrated:

"Allah's Messenger went out and I went with him. He entered upon a woman from the Ansar. She slaughtered a sheep and he ate from it; and she brought a basket with ripe dates and he ate from it. Then he performed Wudu for Zuhr and prayed. Then he finished, so she brought him something from the remainder of the sheep. So he ate it, then prayed Asr and did not perform Wudu."
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Al-Bara bin Azib narrated:

Allah's Messenger was asked about performing Wudu for camel meat. He said: "Perform Wudu for it." He Was asked about Wudu after eating goat meat. So he said: "Do not perform Wudu for it."
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Busrah bint Safwan narrated that :

the Prophet said: "Whoever touches his penis, then he is not to pray until he performs Wudu"
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Busrah narrated :

a similar report (as no. 82) from the Prophet.
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Busrah narrated that :

the Prophet said a similar Hadith
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Qais bin Talq bin Ali - [and he is] Al-Hanafi narrated from his father, that:

the Prophet said: 'Is it other than a piece of his flesh?" Or: "part of him?"
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Urwah narrated from Aishah that:

"The Prophet kissed one of his wives, then he went to the prayer and did not perform Wudu." He (Urwah) said: "I said 'Who was it except you?'" [He said:] "So she laughed."
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Madan bin Abi Talhah narrated from Abu Ad-Darda that :

"Allah's Messenger vomited [so he broke fast] so he performed Wudu." So I met Thawban in a Masjid in Damascus, and I mentioned that to him. He said: 'He told the truth, I poured the water for his Wudu."
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Abdullah bin Mas'ud narrated:

"The Prophet asked me: "What is in your Idawah (water skin)?" I said: "Nabidh." He said: "Dates are wholesome and water is pure." He said: "So he performed Wudu with it."
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Ibn Abbas narrated :

the Prophet drank milk. Then he called for water to rinse out his mouth. Then he said: "Indeed it has fat." [He said:] There are narrations on this topic from Sahl bin Sa'd As-Sa'idi and Umm Salamah.
Abu Eisa said: [And] this Hadith is Hasan Sahih.
Some of the people of knowledge held the view that one is to wash the mouth after drinking milk and this is recommended according us. Some others did not hold the view that one is to wash out the mouth after drinking milk.
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Jabir bin Abdullah said:

"The Prophet prohibited us from facing the Qiblah while urinating. Then i saw him facing it a year before he died."
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Ibn Umar narrated:

"A man greeted the Prophet (with Salam), and he was urinating, so he did not respond to him."
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Abu Hurairab narrated that :

the Prophet said: "Wash the vessel the dog has drunk from seven times: the first or the last of them with dirt. And when the cat drinks out of it, was it once."
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Humaidah bint Ubaid bin Rifa'ah narrated:

"Kabshah bint Ka'b bin Malik - she was (married) with Ibn Abi Qatadah - narrated "That Abu Qatadah visited her, [so she said:] 'So I poured water for him to use for Wudu.' She said: 'A cat came to drink, so he lowered he container until it drank.' Kabshah said: 'So he saw me looking at it and said, "O my niece! Are you surprised at that?" So I said yes. He said: "Indeed Allah's Messenger said 'It is not impure, it is only one of those roam around among you.'"
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Hammam bin AI-Harith narrated:

"Jarir bin Abdullah urinated, then he performed Wudu, wiping over his Khuff. So he was asked, 'You do this?' He replied, 'What prevents me, when I have seen Allah's Messenger doing it?" He [Ibrahim] said "And they were impressed by the narration of Jarir since he accepted Islam after the revelation Sural Al-Ma'idah." [This is the saying of lbrahim, that is, "They were impressed."] [He said:] There are narrations on this topic from Umar, Ali, Hudhaifah, AI-Mughirah, Bilil, Sa'd, Abu Ayyub, Salman, Buraidah, Amr bin Umayyah, Anas, Sahl bin Sa'd, Ya'la bin Murrah, Ubadah bin As-Samit, Usamah bin Shank, Abu Umamah, Jabir, Usamah bin Zaid, and Ibn Ubadah. They call him Ibn Imarah and Ubayy bin Imarah.
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It has been related from Sahr bin Hawshah that he said:

"I saw Jarir bin 'Abdullah performing Wudu and he wiped over his Khuff. I asked him about that. He replied, 'I saw 'I saw Allah's Messenger performing Wudu and he wiped over his Khuff.' So I said to him, before Surah AI-Ma'idah (was revealed) or after AI-Ma'idah?' So he replied, 'I did not acceot Islam until after Al-Ma'idah.'" Qutaibah narrated this to us; (saying) Khalid bin Ziyad At-Tirmidhi narrated it to us, from Muqatil bin Hayyan, from Shahr bin Hawshah, from Jarir.
He said: Baqiyyah related it from Ibrahim bin Adham from Muqatil bin Hayyan, from Shahr bin Hawshah, from Jarir.
This Hadith is explanatory, because some who dislike wiping over the Khuff give the interpretation that the Prophet's wiping over the two Khuff was before the revelation of Sural Al-Ma'idah. But in his Hadlth, Jarir mentions that he saw the Prophet wiping over his Khuff after the revelation of Surat Al-Ma'idah.
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Khuzaimah bin Thabit narrated:

"The Prophet was asked about wiping over the Khuff. So he said: "Three (days) for the traveler, and one day for the resident."
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Safwan bin Assal narrated:

'When we were traveling, Allah's Messenger would order us not to remove our Khuff for three days and nights, except for Janabah, but not for defecating, urinating, and sleep."
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AI-Mughirah bin Shu'bah narrated:

"The Prophet wiped over the Khuff and its bottom."
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AI-Mughirah bin Shu'bah narrated:

"I saw the Prophet wiping over the Khuff: on the tops of them."
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Al-Mughirah bin Shu'bah narrated:

"The Prophet performed Wudu and wiped over is socks and sandals."


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